Any text can be represented as a network where words are the nodes and their co-occurrences are the connections between them. The resulting structure conflates time, making the text happen at once, revealing the pathways and traces it makes to inscribe itself into the real. The structure of the text merges with the content to communicate the distances and the gaps in-between.
The images presented below are the translations of texts into network graphs made using the methodology and the tool that I developed as part of my research in polysingularity of text and meaning.
You can read more about this work and the process on Behance.
If you would like to get an alu-dibond print of one of the text above or any other text that somehow resonates, please, contact me via my personal e-mail. You can also use this approach to construct your own text network images using the tool I’ve developed: InfraNodus.Com.